Non-coding Antisense RNA Can Be Used to Stimulate Protein Production

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Trieste, Italy (Scicasts) – To synthetize proteins, the DNA needs RNA molecules serving as short "transcriptions" of the genetic information. The set of all these RNA molecules is called "transcriptome".

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